Fish restaurant Nakhodka is named after the port city Nakhodka, one of the main fishing centers in Russia. The menu presents dishes of different nations all over the world. At the same time all the fish and seafood are Russian. Scandinavian minimalistic style in the new elements of the interior accented the natural
beauty of materials: concrete, terrazzo, wood, marble.
The concept of a port restaurant was reflected in the design, layout and dishes. Thus,
benches along windows and walls, simple furniture and serving, where kraft paper is used
instead of plates, create a “marine” atmosphere. It fits well with the style of modern city life.
Designed by Bureau ARCHPOINT: Valery Lizunov, Olga Nosova, Inna Serkina. Photo by Olga Melekestseva
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